“When you notice yourself avoiding taking action because you feel nervous or reluctant, that is your moment of truth. What will you do? Anyone who has faced a moment of truth – who has felt the fear and leaped from the airplane, walked onto that stage and sat down to the piano or begun speaking to an audience, or otherwise walked to the raw edge and leaped – knows something that more timid souls do not. That once you are fully engaged, immersed in the activity, the fear either vanishes or fades, because your attention is no longer focused on what might happen; you are absorbed by what IS HAPPENING. Fear may remain, but you don’t notice it.”
Dan Millman, in “Everyday Enlightenment”
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